I was successful in submitting supplemental applications to the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution based on the patriotic service of Elisha Estes of Lunenburg and Charlotte Counties, VA and his father-in-law John Henderson of Orange County, VA. Elisha Estes furnished beef and 106 days of waggoning to the Revolution and John Henderson furnished corn, oats, and supplies to the revolution (Abercrombie and Slatten "VA Rev Publick Claims" ).
I used the Chancery Court case 1811-002 that I previously reported 28 Feb 2014. Since then I found a web site for the descendants of Abraham Estes: roots-boots.net/ft/estes-ab.txt which about 1/3 of the way through lists the children and their spouses of Elisha Estes Jr. and his wife Mary Henderson Estes including Anthony Hundley who married Mary Ann Estes and Charles Hundley who married Martha Estes. Anthony Hundley named the first son from his second marriage Elisha Estes Hundley (b 1775 d ??). Charles Hundley also named one of his sons Elisha Estes Hundley (b 1800 d 1879). The wills of John Henderson and his wife Sarah name Elisha Estes and his wife Mary Henderson Estes. NSDAR record copies #631845 and #766990 include Mary Estes as one of the children of John Henderson and his wife Sarah.